White House: Barack Obama to discuss Apple taxes at G20 summit

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Deniz Taşkın: deniz@dzgn.co – The White House says President Barack Obama will lead a discussion of tax avoidance, spurred by the European Union’s recent decision about Apple, during the G20 summit of major economies. Obama arrives Saturday in China for the Group of 20 meeting. The US President Obama arrives […]

Apple may have to pay Ireland 10 years of back taxes

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Apple says it could be forced to pay a decade’s worth back taxes to Ireland. In June, the European Commission launched a probe to see whether Apple’s (AAPL) 1991 tax deal with Ireland violated European Union laws prohibiting state aid to companies. Ireland and Apple say they work in accordance […]

Why the EU is suspicious of Google’s Android

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Android is now the most popular phone OS in all but a few European countries. Here’s why Europe is suspicious of Google’s Android. The antitrust allegations brought against Google by the European Union on Wednesday focused on the company’s search engine business. But the EU also announced an investigation into […]

How Google might have to change to please the EU

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Google is no stranger to EU regulators, but the latest charges could weigh heavily on the company if it is forced to make significant changes. Google could be forced to change how it displays its search results in Europe if regulators get their way, and that could impact the company’s […]